#TomorrowsPatient

As part of our brand new campaign, DigitalHealth.London is calling for healthcare professionals across all disciplines to reflect on which technologies are changing the way you work.

The campaign offers a platform for doctors, nurses, pharmacists, midwives, allied health, support staff, etc., to share insight and experience on how technology and innovation is impacting communication, diagnostics and treatment of patients.

Join the Conversation

Join the conversation on Twitter using our hashtag #tomorrowspatient. Alternatively, record and capture your experiences via your smartphone camera, and upload your videos here for us to share.


We want to hear your thoughts, insight and experiences on the following:

  • What technologies have you used in your working practise?Tomorrows Patient Just Text
  • How have these technologies benefitted your practise?
  • How have these technologies helped to improve patient experience?
  • How will tomorrow’s patient communicate with you?
  • How might you diagnose or treat tomorrow’s patient?

Get Involved in Tweetchats

Get involved in our tweetchats

We’ve joined forces with @WeAHPs to co-host a tweetchat on 27 October at 8.00pm. Find out more here

Details of more tweetchats will be posted on this page soon

Awards

Nominate a colleague for a Digital Pioneers Award

Nominations are now open for DigitalHealth.London’s inaugural 2017 Digital Pioneers Awards, recognising courage, progressiveness and leadership in digitally enabled transformation. The awards are open to any individual working within the NHS, across all roles and rank.

Find out more here

Share examples of innovation SHORT

Contribute your examples of innovation and intrapreneurship

Do you have a great example of how digital technology is transforming patient experience in your organisation?

Have you or your colleagues developed, or are currently developing, a digital innovation to improve working practise, output or experience?

Share your stories with us here

We’ll look to share your stories with colleagues through a case study or web article, and can direct you to sources of additional support if relevant, including funding streams and commercial expertise.

Examples we’ve published recently

  • Living with cancer can be overwhelming, confusing and lonely. But what if there was an online place to ask questions, to speak with cutting-edge experts in the field, or ask an opinion outside of the traditional consulting room?Part of DigitalHealth.London's Tomorrow's Patient campaign.On We ...

  • Pharmacist Murtada Alsaif describes how his frustration at being unable to communicate with his patients, led to him co-developing a software that translates the pharmacy dispensing label.“I was a bored pharmacist after a week on the job. I just couldn’t understand why pharmacists went t ...

    Tomorrow's Patient blog: Pharmacist Murtada Alsaif describes how his frustration at being unable to communicate with his patients, led to him co-developing a software that translates the pharmacy dispensing label.
  • DigitalHealth.London met with NHS intrapreneur Dr Nick Oliver to find out how he’s using digital technology to support people with type 1 diabetes to effectively self-manage their long term condition.Dr Nick OliverDr Nick Oliver is the Wynn professor of human metabolism at Imperial C ...

    DigitalHealth.London met with NHS intrapreneur Dr Nick Oliver to find out how he’s using digital technology to support people with type 1 diabetes to effectively self-manage their long term condition.
  • Dr Keith Grimes is a GP and Clinical Lead for IM&T and Innovation for Eastbourne, Hailsham & Seaford, and Hastings & Rother CCGs. A true digital health innovator and self-confessed geek, Keith is a strong believer in the ability of IM&T to not only support and augment the deliver ...

    Dr Keith Grimes speaks to DigitalHealth.London about how his interest in VR has led to a project working with the Royal Brompton, his keenness for disruptive technologies, and how he’d love to embed a hacking group inside a GP practice!
  • Professor David Patterson discusses the importance of education in delivering digital healthcare, his passion for patient activation, and the key challenges he’s faced in delivering innovation to the health and care system.David Patterson is a Consultant Physician and Cardiologist based at Whi ...

    August 2016’s Clinician of the Month is Professor David Patterson, the only cardiovascular clinician in the UK actively involved in delivering a community-focused anticoagulant and stroke prevention service. Here he discusses the importance of education in delivering digital healthcare, his passio ...

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